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epimorphosis (noun; Greek epi, upon; morphosis, form): 1. With the same form in successive stages of growth

See also: anamorphosis, metamorphosis. 2. Larval forms which are suppressed or passed before hatching, emerging as the adult body form. 3. (Annelida: Oligochaeta) A type of regeneration that results in the addition of new tissues and/or parts at the level of amputation.